Hey guys, I accidently deleted my system reserved partition
I only have one system installed on my pc, so no dual boot is needed or anything, I think it created a seperate system partition because of a windows.old folder, which has already been deleted now, because it took too much space.
So now when I start up my pc i get the error that my bootmgr is missing.
I tried repairing it by inserting the windows 7 dvd and using the repair, but when I click on windows 7 and i try to repair it it says it's the wrong version of windows. My language settings are set correctly so that's not the problem.
I then tried to do it by pressing shift + f10 to get into the command line and using the following commands:
- Bootrec.exe /FixMbr
- Bootrec.exe /FixBoot
- Bootrec.exe /ScanOs
- Bootrec.exe /RebuildBcd
however the scanos and rebuildbcd can't find any windows installation..
If i put in my windows 7 dvd and i startup my pc, it works fine, because it then uses the bootmgr from the Windows 7 dvd. So I thought, let's just copy the bootmgr.exe to my windows. But this didn't work either.
So how do I fix my problem? Is there a way to create a new system reserved partition with the correct bootconfiguration?
I've been surfing through the web but couldn't find any other solutions